What I’m Reading: Analog Music On The Upswing, Technology Will Make You Happier, YouTube Isn’t Liable, Video Is Killing the Concert Vibe, & More

image from www.asyousow.org Here at Hypebot, we’re always on the lookout for interesting news items and things that our audience would like to read about. To make sure you’re not missing out on any of the action, we’ve decided to curate some weekend items and videos—that are still fascinating and maybe even off-topic—but didn’t make into the prior week’s news.

  • The Rise and Fall of Blockbuster. (Newsweek
  • Is Video Killing the Concert Vibe? Lighters held aloft at rock shows have given way to camera phones. Meet the backlash. (WSJ)
  • Depressed? Technology Will Make You Happier. (HotHardWare)
  • Cyberwar Chief Calls for Secure Computer Network. (NYT)

The Weekend Edition Of More News & Views:

  • Could Google Music herald the end of online war of the worlds? (IrishTimes)
  • Clash Of The U.S. Tech Billionaires: More tech companies and their super rich leaders are moving into each other's terrain. (Forbes
  • Forget digital tunes; analog music on the upswing: Vinyl record sales are at the top of a four-year sales trend. (ComputerWorld)
  • YouTube Can’t Be Liable on Copyright, Spain Rules. (NYT)
  • Is Mobile Music “In The Cloud” the New Panacea? (TheVoid)
  • Second piracy threat lawyers withstand DDoS attack. (TheRegister)

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